Chamberlin is proud to again be the recipient of national honors for its first class safety program and project execution teams. Chamberlin was recognized as a winner of the 2010 Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) National Safety Merit Award and National Eagle Award during the 21st annual Excellence in Construction Awards banquet at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Orlando, Florida.


The ABC National Safety Excellence Awards honor companies whose safety performance and programs are judged to be exemplary and exhibit a measurable commitment to jobsite hazard analysis and training. In fact, Chamberlin invested over 11,800 man-hours in safety training and education in 2010.


The National Eagle award was received in recognition of the historical restoration of Fair Park Esplanade in Dallas, Texas in the “Exteriors – All Other Exterior Finishes” category. Chamberlin’s innovation and commitment to superior craftsmanship are some of the key elements that helped the team earn the award. As a single source contractor on the project, Chamberlin performed both the roofing and waterproofing work on the fountain, main entrance and ticket booths at the Texas State Fair Park.


The Excellence in Construction awards program is one of the industry’s leading competitions in the construction industry.Winning projects are judged on degree of difficulty, innovation, scheduling, safety and workmanship.